Port looks for make in /usr/bin now?

Adam Mercer ram at macports.org
Tue Feb 19 19:51:32 PST 2008

On Feb 19, 2008 10:43 PM, specialham at gmail.com <specialham at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys, thanks for any help!
> I'm running Leopard 10.5.2 and the latest installation of macports. I
> did a fresh install of leopard and used Migration Assistant to copy over
> my user. So besides config files in my user folder everything is
> basically like a clean install. Today I tried to update perl on my
> machine and kept getting the error that port couldn't find make (to my
> dismay). After putzing around I linked /Developer/usr/bin/gnumake to
> /usr/bin/make and BAM port got past not finding make. My question is
> what could have happened to make port look for make in my /usr/bin/ it
> was working not long ago just fine with make located in the XCode 3
> install of /Developer/usr/bin/make?
> How can I go about repairing this without linking or duplicating the
> contents of /Developer/usr/bin/ to /usr/bin?

When you install Xcode you need to install the Unix Development
Package, or something like that, it add make etc... to /usr/bin

This is so that you can have both Xcode 3 and Xcode 2.5 installed



> Thanks!
> RC
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